Antonio Colinas: The re-writing of "Sepulcro en Tarquinia" in "Larga carta a Francesca"
by Fellie, Maria C., M.A., THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL, 2009, 47 pages; 1463778

Abstract:

This study begins by summarizing the life and literary accomplishments of Antonio Colinas, a contemporary Spanish poet, and his development as a writer over the past forty years. The proposal is that Colinas’ poem “Sepulcro en Tarquinia” (1975) is the basis for his novel Larga carta a Francesca (1986). Chapter two introduces the poem and analyzes its language, imagery, and main themes, among these love, illness, and death. The following chapter compares the themes, language, imagery, and cultural references (Italy) between the poem and novel, determining that all of these coincide in some way except the ending of the novel. Chapter four concludes that Colinas rewrote “Sepulcro” in Larga carta eleven years later, with a different ending, because of changing philosophies and his relatively recent incorporation of Taoist thought into his writing.

 
AdviserJose Polo de Bernabe
SchoolTHE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
SourceMAI/ 47-05, Jun 2009
Source TypeThesis
SubjectsRomance literature
Publication Number1463778
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